Annamaria Ajmone is an Italian dancer and choreographer. She holds a bachelor's degree in Modern Literature and she also studied at the Civica Scuola di Teatro Paolo Grassi, Milan.

The focal point of her research is the human body, which is understood as a malleable and changeable matter, capable of transforming spaces into unique places by creating temporal parallels and overlaps. Her research is carried out in various formats and durations, resulting in an expansive body of work. Collaborators are integral to the production process, and their shared visions contribute to a collective creative process. The performances themselves are the culmination of the collective work, born out of engagements and confrontations, making it difficult to identify the true ownership of the artistic object.

Her works were presented in various dance, theatre and performing arts festivals, museums, art galleries and foundations, among others: Torino Danza (Torino), La Biennale Danza (Venezia), Public Fiction (Los Angeles), brut (Wien), Bit-teatergarasje (Bergen), Palais de Tokyo (Paris), Pinacoteca Agnelli (Torino), Palazzo Grassi (Venezia), Fabbrica Europa (Firenze), FOG Triennale (Milano), Short Theater (Roma), Le Quarz (Brest), ADC (Gèneve), far° (Nyon), Théâtre de la Ville, Artdhantè (Vanves), CNDC (Angers), On Marche (Marrakech), BiPOD Festival (Beirut), Ramallah Contemporary Festival (Ramallah), M1 Contact Contemporary Dance Festival (Singapore), New Dance For Asia International Festival (Seoul), Festival Aperto (Reggio Emilia).

For Matera, European Capital of Culture 2019, she curated the work “La Cavalleria Rusticana”, directed by Giorgio Barberio Corsetti and produced by Teatro San Carlo, Napoli. In 2015, she received the Danza&Danza award as “best young Italian performer”. She coordinates Nobody's Business for Italy, an open source platform for the sharing of artistic practices.

In addition to her performance and curatorial practice, she has dedicated several years to teaching workshops and labs to share practices and knowledge.

For the years 2021-2024, she is an associated artist of Triennale Milano Teatro.

Email: Annamaria Ajmone

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Organization and administration: Francesca d'Apolito